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This place was amazing, Sigga was a delightful host and most accommodating
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... are the final family. Victoria is the daughter and she is something big in the city. Jeremy has a degree in photography and , like Jon, wanders further afield for that perfect shot. We later name Anne, Lady Anne of the Arctic!
Spending time with all these talented photographers has inspired me to get a decent camera for next time, although I am convinced that it is more the talent behind the camera than the camera itself!
We set off at 8.00 to begin ...
... holiday in Iceland. It is Ascension Day, a religious holiday.we were shown the local free camp site and headed there, none of the services are yet in use properly but we managed. Some of the snow had melted around this area and during our time here when the sun came out and it got hot we could watch the snow melt. By hot we mean about 3C, although it dropped well below freezing at night. In the car we are as ‘snug as bugs in rugs’.During our free day ...
... but even alcohol, something that is traditionally very expensive is cheaper here than in Australia, WT?
Reading the Beer Atlas by Michael Jackson (an even whiter guy with a beard) many many years ago I seem to remember that it used to be illegal to brew beer in Iceland other than for export, although the production of spirits was legal (!?). This clearly is no longer the case and we've found ourselves in yet another beer Walhalla, my favourite thus ...
... I bought a ticket to go up to the top of the bell tower for a bird's eye view of the city. The view from the top was quite nice but it was a bit windy and cold up there. After looking around for a while I then made my way to the harbor. By this time the wind started to pick up and I was starting to feel cold and tired. As I was still wearing the same clothes I put on in San Diego before my flights I was ...
... two nights, The Hotel Borealis, wasn't ready for us until later in the afternoon so we took a drive from Selfoss to the coast. On the coast we got to see whooper swans, oystercatchers, a neat lighthouse, and a drying fish clothes-line thingy. We dropped our stuff off at the hotel, had a quick one hour nap, and then hit the road again to Geysir, the world's most reliable geyser. I managed to get a good ...